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Private Eyes

“In human history, there’s never been more surveillance of individuals by the state and by private corporations than there is today,” said Oregon State University historian Christopher McKnight Nichols in April when he appeared on National Public Radio’s Philosophy Talk.

Guarding the Data Bank

In the age of Facebook, MySpace and Twitter, the notion of personal privacy seems as quaint as the typewriter.

“The Professor”

Nancy King’s law career has led her from the boardroom to the factory to the classroom.